Mack the Knife - Kashmere Stage Band, University Of Bridgeport Jazz-Rock Ensemble, Stan Kenton And H

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  1. May 31,  · If there’s one thing a jazz musician knows how to do, it’s improvise. So when Kurt Dietrich set out to research the history of jazz in Wisconsin, he wound up following the stories of the state.
  2. Conrad O. Johnson, director of the legendary Kashmere Stage Band and one of Houston's greatest jazz educators, spent his final hours prior to his death Sunday at age 92 working to ensure his students' legacy and giving them a final thumbs up for a job well done. Johnson died Sunday afternoon.
  3. World Class Bassist Rufus Reid. New York City: On October 19, Baruch College (The City University of New York) will host world-class bassist Rufus Reid and his quintet to open the 15th Anniversary Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives concert series.
  4. Jan 15,  · For a brief period, UB's football program among the elite Nick Giaquinto adjusted his tie, put on his sport coat, looked at himself in the mirror one more time and headed out the hotel room door.
  5. May 20,  · RHS Jazz Band under direction of Michael McNamara plays Mack the Knife (), Mercy Mercy Mercy (), Night in Tunisia (), In a Mellow Tone () a.
  6. Jazz Band I is the premiere jazz ensembles at CWU, this group focuses on performance of literature written for the big band from the 's to the present, with emphasis on the great arrangers and writers such as Bill Holman, Frank Foster, John Clayton, Thad Jones, Don Sebesky, Bob Florence, Mike Crotty, Oliver Nelson, Maria Schneider, Jim McNeely, Bob Mintzer, Sammy Nestico, and others.
  7. Quincy University Music. The 8th annual QU Percussion Ensemble Camp comes to a close today with a final concert at 4 PM in the Connie Niemann Center for folkmetal.kimurodugorethorgalen.infoinfoers:

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